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JSC Isotope is to supply isotope products to Brazil under a five-year agreement signed with the National Nuclear Energy Commission (CNEN). According to the agreement, which is in addition to Russia's current weekly supplies to Brazil of molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) and iodine-131, JSC Isotope will supply lutetium-177, yttrium-90, cobalt-57, and sources of ionizing radiation based on iridium-192 and germanium-68/gallium-68 generators.

Date: Wednesday, 27 December 2017
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The major UN report on the health impacts of the Fukushima accident concluded that any radiation-induced effects would be too small to identify. People were well protected and received "low or very low" radiation doses.

Date: Wednesday, 02 April 2014
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Doses received by children and adults from the same source of ionizing radiation can have differing impacts, and therefore, should be considered separately in order to predict risk following exposure more accurately for children, according to the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR)'s report "Effects of radiation exposure of children" presented at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

Date: Tuesday, 29 October 2013
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The United Nations is to adopt advice on radiation that clarifies what can be said about its health effects on individuals and large populations. A preliminary report has also found no observable health effects from last year's nuclear accident in Fukushima.  

Date: Monday, 10 December 2012
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A preliminary report from the World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated the radiation doses that residents of Japan have received in the year following the accident at Fukushima Daiichi. Dose rates in most Fukushima homes outside the 20 kilometre evacuation zone were comparable to reference levels for radon.

Date: Thursday, 24 May 2012
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TEPCO, operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, has announced it plans to start a water treatment system for the flooded units 1-4 by 15 June. In addition, a desalination plant will also start up by then.

Schematic of height differential of Fukushima Daiichi reactor buildings demonstrates the extent of the water flooding problem; connections between units 1&2, (and also units 3&4), allow water heights to equalise in different buildings.

Date: Monday, 06 June 2011
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The NRC will continue providing potassium iodide (KI) for residents who live within the 10-mile (15km) emergency planning zone of a commercial nuclear power plant. The NRC had originally authorized only a one-time distribution to states requesting the product.

Date: Thursday, 09 April 2009
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